SEVENTEEN reclaims No. 1 on Oricon’s weekly album rankings in Japan


Group ‘Seventeen’ (SVT) reclaimed the first place in the Japanese Oricon weekly album ranking with their ninth mini album ‘Ataka’.

According to the latest chart released by Oricon on the 9th, SEVENTEEN topped the Japanese Oricon weekly album ranking (as of November 15) with ‘Ataka’.

Previously, in the Oricon weekly album ranking (as of November 1), the sales exceeded 160,000 copies in the first week and rose to the top after two weeks. As a result, Seventeen took first place for the fifth time in their career.

In addition, SEVENTEEN took first place in the Japanese Oricon daily album ranking (as of November 5-7). SEVENTEEN, who hit the Japanese music market, will be performing on TBS’ CDTV Live in Japan on the 15th. Live!’ They sing the title song ‘Rock With You’ of ‘Ataka’.

Seventeen became the fifth consecutive million-seller by surpassing 1,335,862 copies in Initial Chodong sales with ‘Ataka’. With the number of Initial Chodong sales following BTS’ single CD ‘Butter’ and Seventeen’s 8th mini album ‘Your Choice’, it ranked 3rd among albums released this year. This year, he became the only artist to achieve the Initial Chodong Million Seller for two consecutive years.

At the same time, on the Billboard main album chart, ‘Billboard 200’, it entered the 13th place, two steps higher than the record of ‘Your Choice’, setting its own best record. Following the previous work, it once again swept first place on the Billboard ‘Top Album Sales’, ‘Top Current Album Sales’ and ‘World Album’ charts.

Meanwhile, Seventeen will hold the ‘Seventeen in Concert’, which will be broadcast live online at 5 pm on the 14th and 21st.

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